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you fifteen percent or more on car insurance. >> gus: 34-33. 12th ranked texas trying to hold on with under six minutes to play in the fourth quarter. you look at the scoring drive. nine plays, 75 yards. seven rushes, two passes on the drive. >> charles: physical, pounding run. look who's back for oklahoma state. justin gilbert, who broke a 100-yard kickoff return last year against texas. >> gus: this one squibbed and out of bounds inside the 20. oklahoma state has only defeated texas one time at home. 1997, rw mcquarter returned a punt 78 yards for a touchdown. quarterback tony lindsey ran for three scores. ricky williams ran 21 yards for a touchdown in the fourth quarter. it was too little too late. oklahoma state won it 42-16. >> charles: bob simmons was the head coach. that became a bowl team for oklahoma state. it was not touched by oklahoma state in the field of play. that ball goes to the 40 yard line on the kick out of bounds on the kickoff. excellent field position again for them to start. actually, it's on the 35. excuse me. now we're going to look and see if it was
insurance. >> gus: 34-33. 12th ranked texas trying to hold on wit under six minutes to play in the fourth quarter. you look at the scoring drive. nine plays, 75 yards. seven rushes, two passes on the drive. >> charles: physical, pounding run. look who's back for oklahoma state. justin gilbert, who broke a 100-yard kickoff return last year against texas. >> gus: this one squibbed and out of bounds inside the 20. oklahoma state has only defeated texas one time at home. 1997, rw mcquarter returned a punt 78 yards for a touchdown. quarterback tony lindsey ran for three scores. ricky williams ran 21 yards for a touchdown in the fourth quarter. it was too little too late. oklahoma state won it 42-16. >> charles: bob simmons was the head coach. that became a bowl team for oklahoma state. it was not touched by oklahoma state in the field of play. that ball goes to the 40 yard line on the kick out of bounds on the kickoff. excellent field position again for them to start. actually, it's on the 35. excuse me. now we're going to look and see if it was touched. >> gus: texas with 18 wins in the last
'm melissa francis and here's what's money tonight. we are open for business in houston, texas, once again. we've got fast cars, restaurants, entertainment, oil, you name it, it is a texas sized show. even when they say it's not it is always about money. melissa: look how fast i got out of that car. look at the day's market headlines. a choppy day of trading on wall street. the major indices moved in and out of positive territory with the blue-chips eventually closing down 17 points. dow, s&p 500 and nasdaq each posted a slight loss for the week. >>> shares of research in motion taking a 6% hit. the black maker -- blackberry maker said serveses interruptions across europe and africa. rim says all services have been restored. >>> the iphone has landed. the device hit store shelves taking retail world by storm. the demand so intense, best buy warned customers delivery could be delayed by up to 28 days. oh, no! sprint reporting phone is almost completely sold out across the east coast. okay. you can wait for your iphone. it is not that big of a deal. our first story tonight, the top story, in
what he looks like and this perfect them. >> if you want to revert to your texas voice. >> the last time i saw my brother, we had an immense fight. it was in his house in san antonio, i am describing, the book opens with this fight. this is sort of a picture of my brother at this exact moment. there are always apples around him, women, too. apple pie, big sheik antique bowls of wooden apples, read and golden, apples pencils, produce framed on the library wall, texas vegetables from the rio grand empire. i am an american first, then a texan he would say not understanding he sounded like auggi march. the clues are there, i later realized. a man's fate is his character. you always have to show off and tell us what you know, carl said. i'll be in washington next week i say. i have an interview, i have to close of peace. you promised me, you said you would stay away from washington state. you sat right here and said you would not go to the cascades. he yells as loudly as i have ever heard him. washington, d.c. i shout back. i have the trait as well. [laughter]. >> as you are thinking abo
for business in houston, texas. welcome to the beautiful campus of rice university. we are kicking off our two-day special report on one of the most thriving cities in the country. houston is the energy capital of the united states and some of the biggest names in business are here to join me. first, the politics of oil. america's energy independence is a pivotal issue in the presidential campaign. how could the election's outcome impact the industry and houston's economy? i will ask richard kinder, chairman and ceo of oil and gas pipeline giant kinder morgan. >>> bhp billiton drilling deep into texas shale. the mining company is spending billions to cement its foothold. chief executive mike yeager is here to explain how the booming energy source is transforming his entire business. the race is on to find the next big gusher. where will the top energy investors see explosive new profits? i will have joe foster. even when they say eight it's not, it is always about money. melissa: all right the first let's take a look at the day's market headlines while we look at that gorgeous campus. a slate
>>> this morning my question, how did we become an incarceration nation? >>> plus, texas could be a swing state sooner than you think. >>> and unconventional thinking. all the things that weren't said in tampa or charlotte. but first, the donkey stampede and what it means to have home court advantage. good morning, i'm malice hah harris-perry. the start of this week thought the donkey democrats would try out for their party's democratic national convention would be a lot like winnie the pooh's friend eeyore always conceding that things aren't great and that they could always be worse. focusing on the problems to be overcome of a gloomy fellow, but instead the democratic donkey who actually showed up was a lot more like shrek's singing sidekick looking to kick over obstacles in his way. the disheartened and divided party struggling to ridge an enthusiasm gap was nowhere to be found in charlotte's time warner cable arena, but the democrats did display one trait that both eeyore and donkey share. unflun itching loyalty to their guy. what we also saw was the tactical advantage of g
. >> reporter: texas requires permit applicants to take a 10 hour course, which includes a test on their shooting ability. they have to fire 50 rounds. but texas has reciprocity with texas, all of those requirements are waived. this video shows a young woman taking an on-line course, that she cheated to answer 50 -- 15 of it 20 questions and then received a gun. >> the truth is, in virginia, you don't have to be trained to get your consuled carry permit. you don't have to fire a a -- gun. >> reporter: even the manager says it lacks common sense. >> you can complete a course without firing a fire arm. >> now the spokesman for the attorney general is saying virginia's concealed weapon's program does not require hands on safety. it is to teach gun safety, not provisionary. >>> here is a look at other things making news now. a jury found drew peterson guilty of murdering his 3rd wave. kathleen savio's body was found in 2004. her death was ruled accidental, but this was changed after stacy has been missed since 2007. >>> 87-year-old art modal passed away on thursday morning. the f
in texas have said, you may not use race for affirmative action at the university of texas. the state legislature, a mexican american woman sponsored a bill, passed and signed into law by then gov. george bush that said the state is going to grant automatic admission to its public universities, including ut autin for the top 10% a graduate and all i schools across the state. and this really transformed education in texas. now mexican-american kids in the rio grande valley, in houston or dallas, worldwide kids across texas suddenly had an opportunity to go to ut austin. over time, the percentage of minority students coming into the school steadily rose. the classic race neutral -- those kids were getting in because they did very well in high-school. but in two dozen for, after the supreme court had narrowly upheld race-based affirmative action in degeneres to michigan's case, texas announced there were going to go back to using race, but for a very limited part of the class. only about one-quarter of the freshman class. three-quarters of the kids come in under the race neutral plan, th
-populated northeastern part of the country, where it could bring twisters. ginger zee is in college station, texas, this morning. ginger, good morning to you. >> reporter: good morning, everyone. i want to start with how many severe weather reports there were. more than 300 from oklahoma to upstate new york. many of them with damaging wind reports. some, deadly. the storms were huge. and they were powerful. 84-mile-per-hour gusts, whipped through oklahoma. three people were killed when this mobile home was torn to shreds. including an infant. their bodies found in a creek nearby. >> the residents just back to the east of us here, was probably hardest hit. it was totally destroyed. >> reporter: and look at this. this big rig, driving down the highway, blown right over by the wind. the driver, killed. across the midwest, the storm dumped up to five inches of rain. look at the pounding missouri took. and in arizona, the heavy rains aren't letting up. a constant monsoonal flow. one woman drowned when she was swept away. arizona grappling with weather extremes. a day before, this giant sandstorm, known
portions of texas, south eastern texas. thunderstorms will slow down some of your travel. dallas had some thunderstorms. still a chance today but it's shifting to the east and better chances through this afternoon. there's a look at the front tracking it off towards the east. behind it dealing with lots of sunshine, breezy conditions through north texas. also some breezy on shore conditions through florida. that will prompt chances for showers during the daytime. not expecting to see tropical development across the edge of the florida straits. some shower activity today certainly through southern sections of florida. couple separate batches of showers this morning. joplin, springfield and in the short term through south texas a few showers. some thunderstorm activity earlier this morning. that may help stabilize the atmosphere around san antonio. houston, galveston, corpus christi, a couple of those storms are short time. let's check out your local forecast. philly coming in with 83 degrees. again, we've still been holding on to some of the warm temperatures. starting to see a few more cl
of trouble early against utep. sooners, first trip ever to el paso, texas. down 7-0. landry jones. a four-year starter, just four wins away from becoming the school's all-time winningest quarterback. hit kenny stills, 68 yards, ties the game and that's whe we stand early second in el paso. number three lsu beat north texas in baton rouge today, 41-14. beckham, on the punt return and he's gone. 70 yards the other way. lsu outgained the mean green 508-219. the new quarterback, touchdown and pick. penn state, at home, taking on ohio. bill o'brien's coaching debut did not go well. three total touchdowns, one through the air one on the grourngsd ohio b 24-14. nittany lions at virginia 2:30 eastern on abc. >>> ohio state and urban meyer's debut for the buckeyes went swimmingly.ton miller to smith. catch the year i'm calling it right now. first week of the year. ohio state rolls over miami of ohio, 56-10. other scores from around the country. number 13 oklahoma state. in a nail-biter. 84-0. florida state rolls 69-3 over murray state. next saturday, college gameday, you folks
and then it did is really astounding. thank you. >>> should texas voters have to bring a photo i.d. to the polls? a federal appeals court weighs in. great shot. how did the nba become the hottest league on the planet? by building on the cisco intelligent network they're able to serve up live video, and instant replays, creating fans from berlin to beijing. what can we help you build? nice shot kid. the nba around the world built by the only company that could. cisco. you know what's exciting? graduation. when i look up into my students faces, i see pride. you know, i have done something worthwhile. when i earned my doctorate through university of phoenix, that pride, that was on my face. i am jocelyn taylor. i'm committed to making a difference in people's lives, and i am a phoenix. visit phoenix.edu to find the program that's right for you. enroll now. >>> some fascinating legal cases straight ahead including one that might impact the presidential election. avery, you first on what really is a victory for the u.s. justice department. >> you know, some states are putting great big boulders in fr
for this one. the keynote speaker, ann richards, at the time the texas state treasurer, and she said this about george h.w. bush. she said, poor george. he can't help it. he was born with -- >> a silver spoon in his mouth. silver spoon in his mouth. >> close. you have the other word. >> a silver foot in his mouth. >> the spoon was the joke. >> that's right. she said that george h.w. bush was born with a silver foot in his mouth. >> she was a spit fire. >> fascinating -- >> what happened when we would have a texas -- >> big haired awesome. >> awesome woman. she was great. the next one, you do remember that during the 1984 rnc convention, ronald reagan emphasized the shining city on the hill. but during the dnc that summer, mario cuomo had a different classic. a different way of talking about a city. also a very famous book. what was the analogy that he used for his 1984 speech. think cities. think maybe more than one. >> i'm going to get this wrong. a shining city on a hill? >> that was reagan. so not so much a shining city on a hill it's actually a tale of two cities. a tale of two cities. this
from houston, texas where the shuttle spent the night. it will spend tonight at edwards air force base before flying over parts of the bay area tomorrow. that fly over will take it through hayward, up the east bay through sausalito back around the golden gate then down to the nasa ames. >> going to be a great view, hope i get to see it. hope you do too. let's find out what the weather is going to be like for viewing? >> it is looking better. sacramento 6:00 in the morning the shuttle will be flying through piggybacking on that -- look at that, then a few clouds hanging around. just a few clouds tomorrow morning. hopefully, we'll get to see. north bay it will stay way from the fog. let's look at satellite, just a few clouds upper parts of the atmosphere besides the ones starting to develop in the lower part may get a beautiful sunrise this morning. if we find pretty pictures will post those on facebook. foggy north most of us in the 50s through 7:00. clouds back to the coast by noon, breezy temperatures will run by 4:00, 60 coast, 70 bay, 80 inland. tomorrow warmest day cooler sunday, t
and north texas through the panhandle through oklahoma. that's pretty isolated at this time. there were some lightening strikes earlier. as far as the forecast goes, we are watching on the eastern seaboard that storm system moving through this morning. this afternoon a lot of it should clear out from d.c., to philly to new york. this morning the rain will be with us. through boston, it will linger. texas, you've got some rain heading your way especially today and tomorrow. that's a look at your national forecast. now you can look at the weather outside your window. >>> so the big story as we head into the upcoming weekend will be that heavy rain that will be developing over texas. probably one of the heavier rain events we've seen in a while. it will be including showers and thunderstorms also. not easy to find a sunny spot today. the weekend, besides the texas rain, looks pretty good for most of us. that's coming up. >>> thanks, bill. spain cuts back, blackberry bounces and zegat stacks up your favorite fast food. animated monsters scare up laughs at the weekend box office. >>> coming up, t
on the table. the speaker pro tempore: for what purpose does the gentleman from texas seek recognition? mr. smith: mr. speaker, i move that the house suspend the rules and pass h.r. 2800, to amend the violent crime control and law enforcement act of 1994 to reauthorize the missing alzheimer's disease patient alert program. as amended. the speaker pro tempore: the clerk will report the title of the bill. the clerk: union calendar number 469, h.r. 2800, a bill to amend the violent crime control and law enforcement act of 1994 to reauthorize the missing alzheimer's disease patient alert program -- to re-authorize the missing alzheimer's' disease patient alert program. the speaker pro tempore: pursuant to the rule, the gentleman from texas, mr. smith, and the gentlewoman from california, ms. waters, each will control 20 minutes. the chair recognizes the gentleman from texas. mr. smith: i ask unanimous consent that all members may have five legislative days to revise and extend their remarks and include extraneous materials on h.r. 2800, as amended, currently under consideration. the speaker pr
davis. thank you. why did the federal court block of voter i.d. lot in texas? they are appealing to the supreme court and the texas attorney general at it is here next. >> unfortunately that, it was reported by a conservative newspaper not surprising. lou: misquote? is chairwoman denied calling the g.o.p. dangerous to israel. but she denies a lot of stuff. lucky for her we have her comments on tape. we will help her out to free your listening pleasure. the first day of the convention and a video that claims we the people belong to our government. >> that is the only thing we all belong to. >> they never to promises to be just as good will the big dog deliver? want to try to crack it? yeah, that's the way to do it! now we need a little bit more... a little bit more vanilla? this is great! [ male announcer ] at humana, we believe there's never been a better time to share your passions because the results... are you having fun doing this? yeah. that's a very nice cake! [ male announcer ] well, you can't beat them. [ giggles ] ohh! you got something huh? whoa... [ male ann
court block of voter i.d. lot in texas? they are appealing to the supreme court and the texas attorney general at it is here next. >> unfortunately that, it was reported by a conservative newspaper not surprising. lou: misquote? is chairwoman denied calling the g.o.p. dangerous to israel. but she denies a lot of stuff. lucky for her we have her comments on tape. we will help her out to free your listening pleasure. the first day of the convention and a video that claims we the people belong to our government. >> that is the only thing we all belong to. >> they never to promises to be just as good will the big dog deliver? lou: we have just recede word if federal judge ruled arizona authority may question the immigration status of than a one lot officers stop expecting to be in the country illegally in accordance with the supreme court decision. the original judge that blocked the arizona law to block the show me your papers argument leads to racial profiling the original judge agrees with the supreme court to uphold the provision in her ruling. the justice department dropped against am
with john connally, governor of texas and his wife, once the sweetheart of the university of texas and still a very beautiful woman. the car behind them is a heavily armored secret service car with agents standing on the running boards and with automatic rifles down between the seats and the third car is lyndon johnson's car. he is writing in the back, right side. lady bird in the center and in the senator from texas on the left. in the front is a secret service man named rufus yarborough. johnson's cars in the motorcade of thousands of books have been written about the assassination. they concentrate on what happened to jack kennedy. not one went into detail in what i considered an adequate way, substantial detail about what was happening to lyndon johnson. what was happening from his point of view. the assassination had never been told from johnson's point of view. it came to me when i was doing this book that we have to do that. how do you do that? first you interview people who are still alive. john connolly himself is very helpful to me. he had this great ranch in south texas with a sta
in on the action. joining us now is representative sheila jackson lee democrat from texas and a member of the congressional black caucus who led a huge and historic voting drive in houston today. congresswoman, thank you so much for joining us tonight. >> thank you it's great to be with you. it is great to be a supporter of everyone's right to vote. >> eliot: that is something that we believe in, i was led to believe. i had thought that was part of the fabric of our society. until this past year when all of these voter i.d. laws started floating around. but before we get to that, tell us about today in houston. why today, how successful was it and the energy you felt out there in this effort. >> it was exciting. we just left a group of enthusiastic ladies who were out on the street corners until the last hours to make sure drivers knew that they could come and vote. you know we're a state that suffered 300,000 that were burned from the voting rolls -- purged from the voting rolls between 2008 and 2010. we're now being thre
to and clearly understand what is our legislative responsibility. our good friend louie gohmert from texas always says that he who fails to learn theless -- he who learns the lessons of history will find some other way to screw it up. that's probably true. and i don't want to sound like an old history teacher, but i am, so i want to say that there are some things we in congress should be doing to learn from our past history. john paige, in 1791, a congressman from virginia, was on the house floor when it was determined whether the -- when the house was debating whether they stuck around to determine where postal routes should be. people wanted to go and more importantly the people trusted the president. the question is, why don't we just let the president do it all? it was john paige who stood up and said, may we move to adjourn and leave all decisions to the sole consideration of the president. he shamed the congress into doing their job, not allowing the president to -- the executive branch to do everything by fiat. we put in language like the secretary of the treasury, will be able to purchase
that they say never came. a federal court knocks down the texas voter i.d. law. the state attorney generals tells us of plans to fight all the way to the supreme court. >> it's just horrible. >> shannon: part 2 of my exclusive one-on-one interview with ann romney. she believes the attacks against her husband will only get worse. it's getting tough at the pump. nationwide, the average rice for regular gas went up 5 cents a gallon last wednesday, record breaking. today, triple-a reports the average price is $3.quoa gallon. brenda buttner is live. all right, brenda. where do we expect the prices to go. >> you are right! what a jump at the pump. isaac gets some of the blame, prices rising 11 cents since august 22, when the forecasters said the storm could move to the oil rigs and refinery-rich gulf. but the last two months have been tough overall. in august, national average gas prices up 31 cents or 9% a gallon, following the biggest price increase in july, a record. there was a perfect storm of sorts to whip up the prices, isaac, of course, brought on precautionary refinery closures before th
's no cure for the disease. it's extremely rare. >>> a man flying back home to texas to celebrate his 29th birthday appears to be the victim of an air scare hoax. the flight returned to the philadelphia airport that police got a tip that the man was carrying liquid explosives. but after after exhaustive search nothing was found. the investigation has been turned over to the fbi. >> look at the resources that were expended. and the delays to the passengers, the expense to the agencies involved, and to the airport authorities. >> it's incredibly foolish and irresponsible thing to do. and bottom line, it's criminal. >> that man was allowed to board another flight to texas. but when he arrived in dallas, he was arrested on outstanding warrants, issued by texas law enforcement officials. no word, yet, on what they were for. >>> a sheriff's deputy in utah is being called a hero this morning after stopping a runaway car. officer matt boucher, his dash cam caught it all. a male driver had passed out. a 3-year-old was in the backseat. with the car at a crowell, boucher reached in and applied the em
christie giving the keynote address. this guy from texas who designed the primary. niki haley of south carolina. you have governors and a few young senators, all in their 40's, representing the future of the party, although ideologically, they are more conservative. they are more reagan-ite, so you have historically a return but a new generation emerging. in which romney in many ways is the anomaly. >> the republican party today is 89% white. they are increasingly white in a nation that is decreasing the white. they elect short when ronald reagan was elected with 86% white. 74% white when john mccann lost and it may be 72% white in 2012. the parti's inability to reach with any message to latinos is a serious problem for the republican party going forward. >> charles says marc poser response to that is the classic liberal response in which he breaks the party down into ethnic personages -- mark's response. at the beginning of the broadcast, recall we prayed a -- played a brief clip of jeb bush who said republicans need to be more respective of voters they are trying to attract. do you t
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, money over safety. texas has approved the fastest speed limit in the western hemisphere. speed hungry motorists may help revive the state's highway budget. the full story and the latest breaking headlines up next. >>> okay. making texans pay to do what many of them do anyway -- drive real fast -- is a texas-sized deal. jackie deangelis has more on that and the latest headlines coming into the cnbc newsroom. good evening. >> good evening to you. texans who live in the austin area will be able to pay to drive 85 miles an hour on a 41-mile stretch of road beginning in november. texas has a contract with a spanish toll road operating company that called for paying more for higher speeds. so the state gets an extra hundred million because out set the limit at 85. just to make that stretch more attractive to drivers the state lowered the speed limit on a parallel stretch of highway from 65 to 55. some peel familiar with texas driving practices may argue a lot of texans drive 85 normally. it's a big state. so will they pay for what many do anyway? we'll see. two weeks after lance armstrong g
upidemÍa del virus del nilo en la historia, texas, se enfrenta el nÚmero de afectados y muertes, en todo el paÍs aumunta el nÚmero de casos dramaticamente, cerca de 90 muertes reportadas, al menos la mitad ocurriÓ en texas, juan carlos explica mÁs de la preocupante situaciÓn. >>> de una manera agresiva, por aire y tierra, autoridad atacan al mosquito que transmite el virus del nilo, hasta ahora no cesa, va en aumento, se confirmaron 1993 casos de contagio, el 70% en 6 estados, siendo texas el mÁs afectado. >>> el mosquito es el transmisor de la enfermedad dice el funcionario, debemos combatirlo a fin de detener el contagio. >>> tambiÉn en new orleans se toma medidas drÁsticas, porque la acumulaciÓn de agua hace condiciones perfectas para la proli proliferaciÓn del mosquito, aqÍi en dallas donde se registraron 40 de 89 muertes la gente estÁ preocupada. >>> bÁsicamente hay una epidemia aquÍ ahora en la ciudad. lose sÍntomas son similares a un resfriado, pero mÁs severa explica el mÉdico. >>> fiebre alta, escalofrÍos, y un fuerte dolor de cabeza y en el cuello. >>> algunos to
everything is bigger in texas, but this you've got to see to believe. >>> we're back with what seems to be an annual rite of summer travel. about the time the three-day weekend comes around, gas prices suddenly go up. in this case we haven't seen gas prices this high and they took a big jump this week. nbc's tom costello explains why. >> reporter: the last great escape of summer 2012. if your mode of transportation involves tires, it turns out a labor day getaway has never been more expensive. gas prices have jumped ten cents in a week, 30 cents in a month. hurricane isaac gets much of the blame as it took aim at louisiana, oil rigs, refineries, even a critical pipeline all shut down. while they escaped unharmed, the downtime pushed prices higher. add in a ruptured pipeline in wisconsin, refinery problems in the midwest, a fire at a california refinery last month and an expensive summer blend, it all spells higher prices. >> americans are faced with the highest prices we've ever seen for labor day weekend across much of the united states. >> reporter: look at los angeles. the average
is a friend. siri. after five straight one-run games they had a breather in texas thanks to some help from job hamilton. the up to the moment wild card >>> good evening. with one week to go in the regular season, every win is like gold for the a's. every victory gets them a little closer to the playoffs. they jumped on texas early and often tonight. how about some ice cream? yum. who cares about the game? the a's come out slugging. josh donaldson is up the middle. and hamilton and oops. two runs score and 4-0 athletics. and derrick norris drills it to center and here comes hamilton and he miss plays that one too. donaldson scores five. the texas starter was yanked in the first. the top of the second and chris carter and the a's with a new al record. 1,332 strikeouts this year and the previous mark was held by the 07 rays. steven drew singles home and 7-3a's. drew had four hits and six innings and allowed three runs. the a's win it 9-3 and remain half a game behind baltimore. they are three back of texas for the division lead. the giants are getting set for the post season and expected to anno
students to leave campus. tens of thousand has to be evacuated from the university of texas at austin and north dakota state university. the threats were just a hoax. ? our consumer alert we knew the i-phone 5 would be hot. pc magazine is reporting apple sold just of its preorder stock. while the first batch is spoken for you can still preorder. you just have to wait longer. we have a warning for families planning a wednesdaying in the next year with them averaging $0,000 every bride wants to save money. if anyone in your family is planning a wedding you know how expensive dresses can be but one learned some money saving options are indeed to good to be true. courtney was hoping to save year brides maid some money. instead of asking them to pay 150 or more she found them beautiful dresses at a website. >> they had a lot of different dresses. cute styles, cute models, the website looked legit. >> reporter: and the dresses were 55% off, well under $100 each. she ordered six dresses. what arrived was something different. >> the color isn't what i wanted. it's very tangy and -- cheap lo
in texas. we'd like to get rid of those 100s. that's a look at your national forecast. now here's a look at the weather outside your window. today in chicago, 87 degrees. the front is kind of stalling out just to your south. you'll be okay. memphis still very warm at 95. look at oklahoma city, 103. we really haven't gotten any rain in a long time. so the heat in the middle of the country still with the drought conditions are very severe. >> unfortunately. all right, bill, thank you. >>> coming up, eight on the way for spain and italy, everyone wants a piece of american airlines, and the current economic conditions for the tooth fairy. your early morning business headlines are straight ahead. >>> plus, justin bieber has a new tattoo. what is it? how many does he have? >> oh, boy. >> and what was his first? so many questions, so little time. stay tuned. >>> another milestone for tiger woods, a pair of walk-offs out west, and a thrilling end to the first weekend of the college football season. you're watching "early today." football season. you're watching "early today." >>> good morning an
of all i came from a house in san antonio, south texas of big opinions. my father was a kind of district attorney without portfolio. other jewish fathers play golf. >> this is a jewish district attorney. >> originally from mexico. his whole passion in life is corruption. the family own add discount store. that wasn't where his heart would you say. he was running this family business and his heart was exposing theing bad guy. for a reporter it became the most fantastic training ground. at dinner my father would talk non stop, the mayor is a crook, the senator is a crook, i am going to get that guy. he would have campaigns, whistle blowers, he had stocking bag stuffers. there was an extrodinary house, lucky house, very grateful for all of that who is hilariously funny. he is holder sister, anita brenner was older, worked in the "new york times" in the 1930s. there are many pictures of anita in those family scrapbooks. unfortunately my father hated his older sister, rather than getting to have wonderful times of gertrudestein in mexico, all i heard was she is a monster. they didn't speak.
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